Readers Wanted. Free eBook for honest review. Annie’s Story, Blessed With A Gift. Historical Fiction based on hypnotic regression. I have lived before. Have you? 1600s Colonial America, a child is born with birth defects. Has the ridicule, bullying, abuse of women and children with special needs/Autism really stopped? No! Inquire in comments or Twitter: @bowmanauthor

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Do you feel like you have lived before?

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Annie’s Story, Blessed With A Gift

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Cover for Pre-Launch Collectible Edition of “Annie’s Story, Blessed With a Gift” It’s on order for those of you with reservations. And thanks again, so much!

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UPDATE ON “ANNIE’S STORY, BLESSED WITH A GIFT”

I want thank everyone that has responded for the first-edition, pre-launch, signed copies of “Annie’s Story, Blessed With A Gift.” I’ve done the final edit and had it proofread. Layout will be done this week. Reserved copies are $20.00 with a portion of the proceeds going to numerous nonprofit organizations to help women and children. Please respond to me at livinginashadow@outlook.com. Thank you for your reservations! It pleases Annie so verra’, verra’ much!

Please watch the video of me speaking about the significance to the modern world that Annie brings to us all…

 

 

New Annie’s Story, Blessed With A Gift, How Annie and Thomas from the mid-1600s relate to our modern world

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Historical Fiction or Salvation For The Future?

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Annie’s Story, Blessed With A Gift–Annie in Custody

I have been sending little excerpts from my  upcoming book, “Annie’s Story, Blessed With A Gift” and sharing some wonderful comments from my Beta Reader, www.wordpress/SusieShy.com Please check out Susie’s blog. She is an amazing young woman that has much to say and knows how to say it.

Today I want to share my latest communication with her and my response. Susie showed me something about myself that I didn’t even realize, but more importantly why this Historical Fiction Book based on fact is timely for the future, not just knowledge of the past.

Thank you, Susie, for letting me see the forest, instead of just the trees.

Comment on unfinished Section VI, Annie’s Story, Blessed With A Gift:

Debbie, 

Read this section and am left with anticipation of what comes next. How pitiful were the lives of people who do not look, speak, talk, think like others do. And the majority or the strong take it on themselves to purge society of those who are different- Hitler a case in example. In modern parlance perhaps would take the form of bullying – school bullying, bullying at home, bullying of wives by husbands and of animals by humans- everywhere the perpetrator seems to be a human, who thinks himself superior to others. Things have not changed much in the 21st century from what it was in the 17th. 

 I am glad Annie had her grandma and Janie to look out for her. 

I can just understand the torture you go through when you see lives as they were lived during those times and especially when you know now, that there was really nothing extraordinary about the ones they thought different. A little more sensitivity, love, care for nature or for others was all these ” weak”  different people exhibited and for that they were often physically tortured.

Susie

Deborah A. Bowman’s Response and Epiphany:

Susie,

You have so much wisdom and understanding of the Universe. I am always so humbled by your comments. I almost waited before sending you these few chapters because they were so bleak and feared you would be upset by them, but I wanted to share with you the reality of my research, which you are so right, mirrors the atrocities of our modern society. We watch in tears and sadness or close our eyes to the truth. Either way, the human experience is denied the reality from which we learn and evolve.

History, unfortunately, does repeat itself. Somehow humankind never learns, even with a loving God watching over us. Yet, we are blessed if we but reach out with our love, but we can only change one person–our own self, our own reflection.

You have shown me why I am so driven to finish this story. It’s not a synopsis to inform what history has taught us, but rather that history has remained the same. You have given me much to ponder and even more fortitude to share Annie’s love and shining spirit with the world, so needed for the future. Will it make a difference? Probably not, but each life Annie touches has a chance to contemplate, believe, redeem…or naught.

I respectfully ask you again in loving kindness if I may share your words on my blog. We are but two lone voices in the dark, but Annie’s message is timeless.

Thank you, Deborah

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Annie, a dwarfed, mentally slow, white light healer in Colonial America in the mid-1600s

Excerpt from ANNIE’S STORY: BLESSED WITH A GIFT–I want you to meet one of Annie’s playmates, Iris the Goat or Missy Unicorn

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Iris the Goat is also known as “Missy Unicorn”

You might call Iris a supporting character or a bit player in a movie, but she’s very important in wee Annie’s life of 1630, Lynn, Massachusetts. I want to introduce you to her. She has a story to tell all her own!

EXCERPT FROM “Annie’s Story: Blessed with a Gift” COMING SOON! “Annie’s Story” is about an unusual girl growing up in Colonial America, who is “Blessed with a Gift.” Copyrighted as a Work-In-Progress.

Granny had only released her darlin’ Annie for a few minutes to run outside to the small, fenced-in plot opposite the garden that kept the simpleton goat named Iris from eating all the precious medicinal herbs. T’was milk needed to nurse wee Annie back to health. The babe cried but little, while Iris had bleated loud and long as if scolding the old woman for leaving her unattended. Most days, the only conversations Granny had were with Iris, the dumb creature seeming to understand every word and remarking with strong opinion on every subject.

Did the elderly Widow Blackbain believe that Iris the goat could talk? Aye, she did. She heard the words clearly in her mind. Other members of The Clan may have thought Agnes a wee senile with her advanced years, but some would recall the ancient ways and respect Lugh, god of the animals, whom could bless any human or beast he chose with the gift of animal tongue and cognition. Granny believed she and Iris had been so blessed. The old goat and the old woman gossiped like two mature crones.

STAY TUNED FOR MORE EXCERPTS FROM “ANNIE’S STORY”